Knowledge of the three-dimensional world is essential for many guidance and navigation applications. A sequence of images from an electro-optical sensor can be processed using optical flow algorithms to provide a sparse set of ranges as a function of azimuth and elevation. A natural way to enhance the range map is by interpolation. However, this should be undertaken with care since interpolation assumes continuity of range. The range is continuous in certain parts of the image and can jump at object boundaries. In such situations, the ability to detect homogeneous object regions by scene segmentation can be used to determine regions in the range map that can be enhanced by interpolation. The use of scalar features derived from the spatial gray-level dependence matrix for texture segmentation is explored. Thresholding of histograms of scalar texture features is done for several images to select scalar features which result in a meaningful segmentation of the images. Next, the selected scalar features are used with a neural net to automate the segmentation procedure. Back-propagation is used to train the feed forward neural network. The generalization of the network approach to subsequent images in the sequence is examined. It is shown that the use of multiple scalar features as input to the neural network result in a superior segmentation when compared with a single scalar feature. It is also shown that the scalar features, which are not useful individually, result in a good segmentation when used together. The methodology is applied to both indoor and outdoor images.